It’s The Weekend!

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MUSIC:
TODAY (FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28)
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29
  • The Brian Patneaude Trio @ Justin’s, Albany
  • Tom Pacheco @ Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock
  • ART AND SPECIAL EVENTS:
    TODAY (FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27)
    • Troy Night Out @ various locations, Troy (FREE) Of special note: At the Frear Building on the corner of 3rd & Fulton, Tight Knit’s Holiday Event brings 3 floors and 50 vendors of handmade wares, 5-10 PM.
    CONTINUING
    • Ceramists Thaddeus Powers, Meg Oliver, Kyla Toomey and Stacey Esslinger @ Tom Myott Gallery, Glens Falls (through December 23) (Here’s the Nippertown review.)
    • “Holiday Small Works,” curated by glass artist Isabella Raven @ The Eclipse Mill Gallery in North Adams
    • Ferrin Gallery, Pittsfield is featuring “SMALL WORKS: Art + Object,” a small works show of affordable art and “PAPER -or- POTTERY­ -not- PLASTIC,” a group show of 100 paper and ceramic plates. (works are also available online)
    • Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition @ Hudson Valley Community College Teaching Gallery in Troy featuring Milt Connors, Tara Fracalossi, Kyra Garrigue, Richard Garrison, William Jaeger, Thomas Lail, Andrew Lynn, Jean O’Malley, Ryan Parr, Gail V. Roberts, Linda Ryder and Ann Wolf. Through December 12.
    • G.C. Haymes: Collected Works @ Yates Gallery, Siena College. Through December 11.
    • John Foxx: The Quiet Man @ BCB Art, Hudson. Continues through December 19.
    • Redux @ Posie Kviat Gallery in Hudson is a group show featuring highlights of their exhibits since they opened early this summer. Through November 30.
    • In conjunction with the Hudson River Quadricentennial celebrations, the University Art Museum @ UAlbany is showing Uncharted, a group exhibition that “considers the potentialities and perils of navigating unfamiliar waters” featuring work by Radcliffe Bailey, Olaf Breuning, Anna Conway, Mark Essen, Adam Frelin, Valerie Hegarty, David Herbert, Emre Hüner, Matt Leines, and Cameron Martin. Through December 13.
    • Lives of the Hudson, Type A: Barrier, Nicole Eisenman @ The Tang Museum, Skidmore College, Saratoga. (Here’s the Nippertown review.)

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